How to Thrive as an Introverted Instructor
by: Cathie Ericson
Skills & Drills
Let your positive personality characteristics shine when you teach class.
When people think of a group fitness instructor, they likely picture a “cheerleader” type. An outgoing, enthusiastic performer. In other words, an extrovert. However, the reason that so-called extroverted qualities are typically associated with an instructor is because many people hold a misconception about what being an introvert really means. Being introverted is not necessarily the same thing as being shy or quiet, although some introverts are.
IDEA Fitness Journal, Volume 11, Issue 6
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